Moving Manual Therapy Forward – Building from Maitland’s Pioneering Work

After my Decline of Manual Therapy Skills blog I received some constructive criticism on the post.  My brief touching upon “traditional manual therapy” and incomplete explanation of OMPT seemed to ruffle a few feathers. It was brought to my attention that Maitland was speaking of biopsychosocial issues way back in the 70s as evidenced by his text.  As I have…

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Clinical Podcast: Business Optimization and Mentorship with Dr. Andrew Bennett

Growing your practice can be challenging. Knowing when or if it’s time to grow and how to do that efficiently and effectively. Dr. Andrew Bennett joins us on the EIM Clinical Podcast to discuss optimization in your practice as well as knowing how and when to grow the business of your practice. Additionally, Jeff and Andrew discuss the power…

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Not Your Mother’s Core Retraining

As physical therapists, we pride ourselves in being movement specialists–in being able to look at a person, figure out how their body is moving and why, and then use a combination of our hands and skilled exercise prescription to address any abnormalities we may find. However, many of us would agree that our baseline education lacked a truly critical…

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Feature Friday: Eco Pro Pillow Covers

I am so excited about this Friday’s feature that we are posting a day early!

In EIM’s Executive Management Program in Private Practice, the capstone is a Business Plan competition similar to what you would see in MBA programs.  It is a culmination of strategy, marketing, finance, legal, technology, and business development. This week’s feature Friday is…

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Weaving Level Ground

Sometimes I wonder if patients receiving medical care are thinking about this quote when they think about us:
“I know you think you understand what you thought I said, but I’m not sure you realized that what you heard is not what I meant”.
The quote has also been associated with different people over the years, including former Chairman…

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Practice Leadership Podcast: The Essential Importance of Mindset and Empathy with Dr. Jim Glinn

What are some of the greatest lessons learned in behavior and leadership? We have the privilege of chatting with Dr. Jim Glinn from Movement for Life. Jim shares some of the most important lessons he’s learned and experienced as an expert in organizational behavior and leadership. Jim and Larry also discuss the essential importance of mindset and empathy in…

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One Job Is Not Enough

 

If you’ve done any Google searches on marketing for physical therapists or participated in any online therapy discussions then you’ve probably noticed a movement taking shape. Everywhere you look, it seems like there are therapists embracing entrepreneurship, autonomy and lifestyle practice as never before.

Even recent therapy graduates, undeterred by huge amounts of student debt, are embarking…

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